Wednesday, August 11, 2010

Spotted Canary Posts

Hi all, here's some posts I did for my Spotted Canary Craft Spot. The Spotted Canary site is run by EK Success Brands which include: Martha Stewart Crafts, K & Company, Jolee's stickers, and EK Success punches. They have some other companies as well, but those are the 4 I know. I LOVE this site. I've been on some of the bigger sites for years and haven't really met anyone new. I've met the nicest people on Spotted Canary! I have online crafty friends now, pretty cool :) They also do alot of really cool challenges that anyone can participate in. Anyhoo..... I use alot of Stampin' Up! product, so I thought I'd do a few cards using more of their product, tho, they make the punches that SU! sells and they are the BEST punches! :) Here we go.....
This first one is probably my favorite (see, I am getting girlier in my taste!!) This cool ribbon from American crafts makes a perfect foil for this K & Company paper, that reminds me of vintage wallpaper. I used 2 of my SU!/EK punches on here (gotta LOVE that little birdie!) I put Prima flowers accented with pink and white rhinestone brads in the centers of the roses on this fancy ribbon. I used the "Happy bird-day" sentiment from my SU! Pun Fun stamp set. The SU! solid cardstock used is Elegeant Eggplant and Crumb Cake.

Ok, numero dos: The patterned paper is K & Company, the big gem is from Jolee's Parcel line (VERY cool stuff!) The solid cardstock used is SU! Bermuda Bay and Night of Navy. The ribbon is Creative Imaginations and the Punch used is EK Success "Embossed Curve" pretty nifty punch!

This third one is a bridal card. The flowers are Prima again, but I ripped a couple apart and sort of built my own flower. Generic ribbon, K& Company fancy die cut mat. SU!/EK circle punches. The stamp is from SU! "All Holidays."
You can purchase the wedding card here.
Well, that's it for me today. Have a great one!!! :)


Bouncy, Flouncy, Fun,Fun, Fun said...

These are all awesome! I love how you have the flowers *peeking* out of the other flowers on the first one. Too cool!

Jenn Diercks said...

Your projects are fabulous. I love the blues and browns in the 2nd photo.